THE URANIAN INSTITUTE Sums compared to Midpoints NOTE: It has come to the translator's attention that the textual content of some of the original articles sent or posted by Ms Brummund from/in Germany have been altered after the translator received the text translated below. The following text is a translation of the content of the article as it appeared on the date indicated at the end of this translated text, and does not include translation of any alterations that may have been made in the German original since that date.

[NOTE: At one time, international abbrevations were used in this English text; however feedback from students and other readers indicated that non-English abbreviations made learning overly complicated, and thus, we have reverted to the English abbreviations for use with English text: r = radix (natal); t = transiting; d = directed (by solar arc).]

Here we deal with Saturn with Mars as death indicators, and Jupiter with Sun as symbolizing the successful man.

There are 15 possible midpoint combinations involving the 3 midpoints (radix, directed, and transiting), plus 15 additional combinations when using sums.  Thus we find the following configurations.

rMA=09CE16

rSA=18SG07

tMA=26CE30

tSA=06AQ50

rJU=03TA16

rSU=21SC19

tSU=28TA59 @Noon

tJU=07LE18

r(MA/SA)=28VI43

r(MA+SA)=27PI23

d(MA/SA)=02SG13

d(MA+SA)=00GE53

t(MA/SA)=01SC40

t(MA+SA)=03GE20

r(SU/JU)=12LE18

r(SU+JU)=24SG35

d(SU/JU)=15LI48

d(SU+JU)= 28PI05

t(SU/JU)= 03CE09

t(SU+JU)=06LI17 1:   (MA/SA)/(MA+SA)=28:03 =MC/CU = 28:35 2:   (MA/SA)/d(MA/SA)=00:27 =t(MA/SA)=01:40 =MC=01:00 3:   (MA/SA)/d(MA+SA)=14:48 =(MA+SA)/t(MA+SA)=15:26 =MC=16:00 4:   (MA/SA)/t(MA/SA)=00:11 =d(MA+SA)=00:53;=t(MA/SA)/(MA+SA)=29:32 =MC/(MA/SA)=29:51 5:   (MA/SA)/t(MA+SA)=01:01 =t(MA/SA)=01:40 =MC=01:00 6:   (MA+SA)/d(MA/SA)= see #3 =(MA/SA)/d(MA+SA)=14:48 =MC=16:00 7:   (MA+SA)/d(MA+SA)=29:10 =MC=01:00 8:   (MA+SA)/t(MA/SA)=14:09 =t(MA/SA)/MA/SA=15:12 =MC=16:00 9:   (MA+SA)/t(MA+SA)=00:23 =(MA/SA)/t(MA+SA)=01:01 =MC=01:00 10: d(MA/SA)/d(MA+SA)=01:34 =MC/AS=00:52 11: d(MA/SA)/t(MA/SA)=01:54 =MC/(MA+SA)=02:10 12: d(MA+SA)/t(MA+SA)=02:37 =MC/UR=02:25 13: d(MA+SA)/t(MA/SA)=01:17 =MC/d(MA/SA)=01:37 14: d(MA+SA)/t(MA+SA)=02:07 =d(MA/SA)=02:13 =MC/AS=00:52 15: d(MA+SA)/t(MA/SA)=02:30 =MC/t(MA+SA) 02:10
 1:  (SU/JU)/(SU+JU)=03:26 =MC/t(SU+JU)=03:39 2:  (SU/JU)/d(SU/JU)=06:33 =t(SU+JU)=06:17 =MC/VU=06:26=d(MC/MA)=06:53 3:  (SU/JU)/d(SU+JU)=05:11 =t(SU+JU)/t(SU/JU)=04:43=d(SU/JU)/(SU+JU)=05:11 =d(MC/SU)=05:20 4:  (SU/JU)/t(SU/JU)=07:43 =(SU+JU)/t(SU+JU)=07:56 =MC/NO=08:15 5:  (SU/JU)/t(SU+JU)=09:17 =MC/PL=09:37 6:  (SU+JU)/d(SU/JU)= see #3 =(SU/JU)/v(SU+JU) 7:  (SU+JU)/d(SU+JU)=26:20 =t(SU/JU)=25:39 =MC/AP=26:26 8:  (SU+JU)/t(SU/JU)=13:53 =(SU/JU)=112:18 =MC/CU=13:53 9:  (SU+JU)/t(SU+JU)=07:56 =(SU/JU)/t(SU/JU)=07:44 =MC/NO=08:15 10: d(SU/JU)/d(SU+JU)=06:53 =MC/(SU/JU)=06:39=AR/MC=08:00 11: d(SU/JU)/t(SU/JU)=09:28 =d(SU+JU)/t(SU+JU)=09:41 =MC/SA=09:43 12: d(SU/JU)/SU+JUt=11:03 =t(MC/JU)=11:39 13: d(SU+JU)/t(SU/JU)=00:37 =d(SU/JU)/t(SU/JU)=29:03 =MC=01:00 14: d(SU+JU)/t(SU+JU)=02:11 =d(SU/JU)/t(SU/JU)=02:29 =MC/SA=02:03 15: t(SU/JU)/t(SU+JU)=04:43 =(SU+JU)/d(SU+JU)=03:50=(SU/JU)/d(SU+JU)=05:11 =SU/JU=04:48=d(MC/SU)=05:20
 16: r(MA/SA)=28:43 =MC/CU=28:53 16: SU/JU=12:18 =MC/AD=11:50 17: r(MA+SA)=27:23 =MC/MA=27:38 17: SU+JU=24:35 =MC/AS=23:22 18: d(MA/SA)=02:13 =(MA/SA)/t(MA+SA)=02:17 18: d(SU/JU)=15:48 =MC/AS=08:22=15:52 19: d(MA+SA)=00:55 =(MA/SA)/t(MA/SA)=00:11 =MC/AS 19: SU+JU=28:05 =MC/VE=28:29 20: t(MA+SA)=03:20 =MC/HA=03:25 20: t(SU+JU)=06:17 =(SU/JU)/d(SU+JU)=05:11 =d(SU/JU)/(SU+JU)=05:11 21: t(MA/SA)=01:40 =(MA/SA)/d(MA/SA)=00:27 =MC=01:00 21: t(SU/JU)=03:09 =(SU+JU)/d(SU+JU)=03:50 =MC/PL=02:13

Enjoy verifying all these for yourself; I am thoroughly worn out after all this.

Looking at the midpoint configurations alone,

t(MA/SA) = (MA/SA)/d(MA/SA) = MC, configuration number 2, stands out;

and when combining sums with the midpoint configurations,

t(SU/JU)/t(SU+JU),  configuration 15, stands out.

Which approach seems more logical?

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 Michel Gauquelin and Ruth Brummund discussing Uranian research in Hamburg in 1988. URANISCHE ASTROLOGIE